Aside from the Eames lounge chair and a few other black accents, this sitting room in Copenhagen is decorated in wall-to-wall white.
The dramatically heightened entryway of this New Zealand home invites attention and widens the feel of the narrow space.
The residents of this Silicon Valley Eichler home chose to cover their kitchen countertop in Caesarstone's Blizzard surface and use all-white stools from Crate and Barrel.
In this Union Square duplex, even the floor is washed in white. Rather than splash the walls with color, natural wood elements, such as the dining table and Hans Wegner Wishbone chairs, create a calming effect.
Architect José Andrade Rocha created warm, light spaces that respected the “original colors of carpentry and stucco” of an early-20th-century flat in a historic Lisbon neighborhood.
Two types of white tile—hydraulic on the floor and biselado (beveled) on the walls—create a clean, minimalistc bathroom at this tiny apartment.
The glass wall that encases this pristine white bedroom creates an almost museum-like appeal—even the blackout curtains are covered in white.